For the past 12 years the Engineering UK report has provided policy-makers with an evidence base across the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) continuum. The new edition is now available.
A new nano-electric device could detect hazardous liquids in luggage in moments, which could lead to faster security checks in airports.
Ever wondered what an aerospace engineer does for a living? Or maybe a biomedical scientist?
Engineers have developed a device that can harvest electricity from the motions of everyday life, such as walking.
In the UK, we don't value science as much as we should.